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EdData Privacy Update 8/29/2014 Read More.
August 29, 2014

NH Education Data Use Stands Out With Unique Tools and Methods Read More.
August 28, 2014

A Teacher's Perspective on A Stoplight for Student Data Use Read More.
August 26, 2014

Rachel Anderson posted on 8/29/2014

EdData Privacy Update 8/29/2014

To address emerging concerns, new demands for student data, and increasing use of technology in classrooms, states introduced and passed an unprecedented number of bills addressing student data privacy in 2014. This resource provides a summary of 2014 state student data privacy legislation. 

Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 8/28/2014

NH Education Data Use Stands Out With Unique Tools and Methods

Raquel Maya Carson posted on 8/26/2014

A Teacher's Perspective on A Stoplight for Student Data Use

Stacey Harris posted on 8/25/2014

A Summer of EdData: What I've Learned During My DQC Fellowship

Rachel Anderson posted on 8/22/2014

EdData Privacy Update 8/22/2014
Most states have voluntarily adopted the Common Core State Standards to serve as their education expectations. To consistently and transparently measure the skills and knowledge outlined in the standards, many states have opted to join one of two assessment consortia and use the Common Core–aligned assessments they develop. As states choose to participate in these consortia and implement the new assessments, it is important for everyone with a stake in education to understand what data the assessments collect and how student privacy is safeguarded.

Chris Kingsley posted on 8/20/2014

Webinar: Data Drives School-Community Collaboration

Rebecca Shah posted on 8/20/2014

The State as the Unit of Change

Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 8/19/2014

States Bring Their EdData Best to STATS-DC